Two short films about the different layers of time and psychogeography.
William goes to AR therapy while Maeve plots a new course of action, as does Charlotte.
Maeve is determined to leave the new world in which she’s been trapped.
Merry and Nick face an old folks’ home full of fascists while they get closer to the truth about Sonny Shine.
Jack falls deeper into Thelema, as he and Richard split further apart. At the lodge, he has a vision of Nazis on the moon.
Ally and Ivy find a new couple moving in across the street.
When a murder at the Butchery on Main happens, Ally buys a gun.
BANSHEE’s swan song arrives, as Hood makes a last stand in town.
With a serial killer hunting in Banshee, nobody is safe. Not even Agent Dawson.
The Third Part of the Night. 1971. Directed by Andrzej Żuławski. Screenplay by Andrzej & Miroslaw Żuławski. Starring Malgorzata Braunek, Leszek Teleszynski, Jan Nowicki, Jerzy Golinski, Anna Milewska, Michal Grudzinski, & Marek Walczewski. Polski State Film. Not Rated. 105 minutes. Drama/Horror/War ★★★★★ Andrzej Żuławski first wowed me with Possession, and after being completely, morbidly enthralled by its wonderfully sickeningContinue reading “The Third Part of the Night is Horrifying Cinematic Existentialism”
Day of Wrath. 1943. Directed by Carl Theodor Dreyer. Screenplay by Dreyer, Pol Knudsen, & Mogens Skot-Hansen; based on the play Anne Pedersdotter by Hans Wiers-Jenssen. Starring Thorkild Roose, Lisbeth Movin, Sigrid Neiiendam, Preben Lerdorff Rye, & Albert Hoeberg. Palladium Productions. Not Rated. 97 minutes. Drama ★★★★1/2 History allows us to look back on films andContinue reading “Carl Th. Dreyer’s Day of Wrath: An Allegory of Power and the Raw Truth of Religious Cruelties”
The serial killer who’s made Banshee his home has friends. A lot of them.